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August 28, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Adkins- Donovan Vows Exchanged In a double ring ceremony on Saturday, Aug. 10, at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon at St. Thomas Aquinas Churc'.i, Miss Rebecca Donovan became the bride of John P. Adkins III. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Donovan of Fayetteville and Mr. and Mrs. JTP. 'Adkins of Manila. The Rev. Robert Dienert performed the ceremony before the altar decorated with white chrysanthemums and gladioli. Banners, created by Miss Jane Connolly, were baskets of blue and white flowers. Andy Upchurch, organist, presented a program of nuptial music and accompanied Stanley Staggs, who sang "The Wedding Song," and "The Lord's Prayer." Presented in marriage by her father, the bride wore an embroidered eyelet dress with a high neckline, organdy sleeves, tucked yoke, and a flounced skirt. He'veil of illusion was secured by a bandeau of dai sies and baby's breath and she carried a Colonial bouquet of daisies, miniature carnations and baby's breath. Miss Kathy Adkins, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor, and Miss Karla Adkins, another sister, was bridesmaid. They wore identical dresses 'of blue organdy flocked with white flowers. They wore matching bows in their hair and carried bouquets ol daisies and baby's breath. Kevin Adkins was his broth er's best man, David Donovan, brother of the b r i d e , - . w a s groomsman, -and ushers-were Jimmy Ellis of Manila, Darrel Griffin of brothers of Mrs. Ryan To Assume Duties At Center BIytheville, and the birde, Kevin Donovan of Norman, Okla., and Kick Donovan of Fayetteville. Mrs. Donovan chose an aqua blue knit long dress for her daughter's wedding and Mrs Adkins wore a pastel yellov long dress. Both wore corsages of white carnations. A reception at the home, o the bride's parents followed thi ceremony. Assisting were Mis: Jan Connolly, Mrs. Chuck Bea vers, Mrs. Nprris,. Samuplson Mrs. Gerald Smithi~,Mrs.':Jame Reese' ··a'nd''Mrs. 'Larfy-.' Donovan. The couple will make thei home in Little Rock where th bride is a nursing student a the University of Arkansa Medical School and the bride groom is a second year medica student at the Medical Center. Out-of-town guests were Mrs Harry T. Donovan and Patric Donovan' of Guymon, Okla Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dono van of Lawrence, Kan., Mr. an Mrs. Norris Samuelson of Ever man, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Ge raid Smith of Grapevine, Tex Mr. and Mrs. Eric Macleod Richardson, Tex., John Trap of Blackwell, Okla., and Mr and Mrs. James Reese of Lul bock, Tex. A highlight of the regular August meeting of Washington Regional Medical Center Auxiliary's luncheon meeting held at the Holiday Inn last Thursday was the introduction of Mrs. Rodney (Mary) Ryan as new director of volunteers for the Medical Center. She succeeds Mrs. Joan Wilkins, w h o left in June to take a similar position in Little Rock. Mrs. Ryan's former position w a s executive secretary of Washington County Chapter of t h e American Red Cross. She will assume her duties immediately, and was introduced by Lon Estes, acting administrator of the center. He also showed pictures and outlined plans, floor by floor, of the new hospital expansion for which the contract will be let soon. Mrs. C. K. Jones, president of the Auxiliary, received an engraved silver tray in appreciation of her work as interim director of volunteers, and she conducted the business session. Announcements Mr. and Mrs; Jack Faust wi be hosts for the Wyman Com munity Club meeting at 7:3 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 7, at tl community building. Those a tending are asked to bring a c vered dish. On Thursday, Sept. 5, th American Legion Auxiliary w have its regular business mee Ing at 7 p.m. at the Legio Hut. Mrs. Johnsie Dean, v i e president, will preside. Th theme for the month of Septem her is "music," and Miss C celia Mulrenin will present tl program. Dunaway Family Has Reunion Tho annual Dunaway Family reunion was held Sunday at Airi Park in Fayetlevillc. Attending from out-of-town were Mr. and Mrs. Amos Nixon, McKinney Tex.. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Trplinger, Brian and Phillip of Springdale. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dunaway of Bossier City, La., Mr. and Mrs. David Turner, Brcnda anc Mary Faye, Mr. and Mrs. Carl i^anlangingham,-'- Oscar Duna- v'ay and Darrell, Tom Cobb anc HarJjn-Sanders of Elkins. Creative School Plans Open House Faycltcvillo Creative School Board met Monday night, and tiadc plans tor (he annual Parent-Teacher open house next inonUi, which has been scheduled for 7:30 p.m., Tuesday. Sept. 24, at the First United Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Marilyn Anderson and Mrs. Janet Home. Creative School teachers, will outline their programs for three a n cl four-year-old students. Limitec openings arc still available for the tnree-year r old ,- program. Anyone interested may. call 521 1358 or 521-3720.- --· · · · - - - MBiiiiii iiiiiiiffliiuiiiiiiiiii! iiiwiijiM iiiiiin BiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiiM^ ·NartlnitfBl Arkansas GJtm?g TTT/° r WOMEN Wednesday, August 28, 1974 Evening Ensemble Model displays a violet satin evening ensemble in the new above the ankle length from the 1974 winter collection of the Christian Dior Paris fash- ion house. Evening fashions are shorter in length and daytime fashions are longer for fall and winter. (AP Wire- photo) Baste Hamburgers Enliven your hamburgers with this .Tomato-Mushroom Sauce. In a saucepan combine one can condensed tomato soup, one can (2 ounces) mushrooms, fourth cup chopped onion, one small clove garlic, minced and one teaspoon oregano, crushed. · Cover. Cook over low heat ten minutes. Stir occasionally. Thin with water if desired. ^ Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Coffee Break Is American Institution NEW YORK (AP) -- We djs- I----i--^ cuss it, dote on it, and delight Thursday in it. A "break" for it is an American institution. Some people can't even speak before they have it. We take pride in making it perfect, even though some.of us boil it, spoil it and discard it in dismay. It's coffee, of course, and for millions of us it's as important as breathing. But there's more to coffee than just the making and drinking. It actually has a history all its own, researchers at Melitta, a filter coffeemaker manufacturer, have found. · . .The exhibarating effects of coffee were first discovered by an ancient goatherd who discovered his goats blissfully prancing about after munching on coffee leaves. . . -When coffee was in : troduced in Western Europe! religious fanatics deemed it "the invention of Satan." According to them, people who indulged in the beverage were playing havoc with their souls. OFFICIAL BEVERAGE . . .Pope Clement VIII was so tantalized by the taste of coffee that he baptized it and made it the official Christian beverage. . . .In Turkey, one clause of the ancient wedding vows required that the groom always provide his bride with coffee. If he neglected this matrimonial order, it was grounds for divorce. . , .The popularity of coffee in America was greatly enhanced after the Boston Tea, Party, when it was considered disloyal to drink tea. . . ,It requires about 2,000 hand-picked coffee cherries to provide enough beans for one pound of roasted coffee. . . .The first coffee street vendor in America was a woman. Dorothy Jones- sold her homebrewed coffee in the streets of Boston in 1670. .. .It is not true that coffee is never grown in the U n i t e d States. There are actually a few pampered coffee shrubs thriving among the towering skyscrapers of New York City's Wall Street. . . .Perhaps the strangest coffee-break occurred when Stanley came across emplorer Dr. Livingston in the wilds of Africa, and greeted him w i t h "Dr. Livingston, I presume-" The doctor casually replied "Just in time for coffee, tSan- ley." SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio roar 2-way radio ' headqurterg to tfecfronlcs risce IMS 520 N. College «J-!222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 442-4246 City Parking Lot In Rear Fanner's Market, Old Post Office Square, 7 a.m. Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, 9 a.m. til! an Plat Review Committee, City Hall, 9 a.m. Altrusa; Club, Downtown Motor Lodge, 12 noon Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon Senior Citizens Bowling, Ozark Bowling Lanes, 1 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 1 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Foster Parent Orientation, SWEPCO, 7 p.m. BE LOVELIER- MORE SELF-CONFIDENT Have Unwanted Hair Removed by Electrolysis. Call Today for Free Consultation. LEIGH'S CLINIC 1765 N. College Phone 521-3540 ·XflRT WATCH HtPAIH SWIFTS r mm LEARN TO DANCE ELEANOR WILLIAMS DANCE STUDIO For Girls and Bays. Ag« 3W through 18 COMBINATION CLASS OF ... · ACROBAT »TAP · BALLET · MODERN JAZZ Personality Singing i and Baton given with Routine Special Gymnastic Classes Accepting Registration Now 'til August 30th ' Classes Begin First Week of September Studio located 3 miles east o( Root School, Highway 45 Phone Mrs. Eleanor Williams 521-5373 Savea This 15t coupon saves you the price of a 6-cup potful of delicious' Folger's Coffee. Folger'sis mountain- grown. Mountain- grown coffee is the richest, most flavorful coffee in the world. So redeem this coupon, at your grocer's soon. It's our way of making your coffee time and budget time a little richer. Tasty-Sauce. Next time you're, planning to rve roast lamb, try this Pine- ppje Mint Sauce as an accom- animent. - . Round out your menu with itatbes, a.tossed salad bowl, cen peas, a bread tray, and osted chocolate cake. PINEAE'PLE MINT SAUCE 8 oz. can crushed pineapple 'z c. mint-flavor apple jelly Drain pineapple well. Press etween layers of absorbent oweling to remove as m u c h uice as possible. Beat j e l l y ith a small whisk or a fork break up thoroughly. Stir in le pineapple. Cover and refri- e'rata until serving time. Serve 1th roast Iamb. Makes 1 cup. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week! TAKE THJS COUPON TO YOUR STORE save 150 1 CAN ANY SIZE VACUUM WHEN YOU BUY Fblgers LIMIT ONE COUPON PER PURCHASE ©The Folger Coffee Company, 1974. I622VFJ CUT OUT CAREFULLV ALONG DOT1ED IINES "WE HAVE A FALL FOR YOU!" FALL FASHION SHOW THURSDAY AT 7:30 P.M. ~^~^ r .^^^ /f , ,, ''/ ' * ' ,y* ,' ' . . - ' * ' · - ' i . ,, . » ,, _ . / - / - ' - Register Thursday for Door Prizes from: Ann Herbert Bowen's Coach House Gifts Merle. Norman Mode 0' Day Morse Shoes Ms. Neff Osco Drug Perry's Jewelry "·Sears'" . ' . The Now World Trumbo's Join Stan Hopkins from KKEG/KFAY for Northwest Arkansas Plaza's showing of Fall Merchandise. hwe/t on/a/ I ^^^fc ^^V ^^^k CFiKJIlL · _ ·_· ^f_ ·_· !:»?.«. 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